“Stolen Bike Co., a leading brand in the BMX industry, has launched Fiction BMX to fill the void in the entry-level, complete bike market. Feedback from Stolen’s distribution channels have shown the increasing need for an entry-level, complete bike that allows the consumer to purchase an affordable bike that handles like a pro-model. Fiction BMX will benefit from Stolen’s experience, quality control, and professional riders to make a marked difference in the entry-level market. Fiction BMX’s goal is to draw more consumers to the IBD, offer a pro-model style BMX bike at an affordable price, and provide the consumer with a positive BMX experience. Fiction BMX’s 4 models will be available in October 2011 in the US, UK, Australia, the Benelux, Germany, Hungary, Korea, New Zealand, and Poland. You can see the Fiction Bikes live at their unveiling at the Interbike show in Vegas. Stop by the QBP-BMX booth # 25051 (IB-11).
For more information check FictionBMX.com”
Well, today we have ourselves another double whammy. This time around we have Kurt Russell’s new Stolen Bikes edit that you can check out above. Then you can check out his interview below to find out more about the guy. Check it out and leave him some love in the comments or “Like” it while you are at it!
Name: Kurt Russell
It’s a double whammy Saturday on The Union today. We just so happened to have a bike check with Stolen‘s newest team rider, Chase Zink, ready to drop on the same day as his brand new Vinyl split edit with Tom Arkus. So make sure you check out that video above and then hit that jump and check out what Chase is riding these days along with a few quick Q&A questions to find out what else he has been up to lately like working on Formula 1 race cars…
Name: Chase Zink
“Just in time for school, Stolen has 4 new shirt designs. The new shirts (left to right) are the “STLNBIKES” , “STEREO”, “COBRA”, and “DOT MATRIX” logos. Each shirt is printed on slim fitting 100% ring spun cotton premium t-shirt with discharge printing on the logos for a softer feel and no heavy ink. The “STLN BIKES” shirt comes on a heather style, poly-blend shirt for an even softer and lighter feel. The “COBRA” shirt features a smaller front logo with the main larger logo on the back of the shirt. All these shirts are available now so go pick them up from your local Stolen BMX dealer or DANSCOMP.” – Stolen